CSOR Research & Reports

August 10, 2020

Police Officer Licensing – Policy Brief 2020

Is Police Officer Training Serving its Intended Purpose? Dr. Alicia Plemmons, Alexis Schumacher MHRM, Dr. Edward Timmons   If police officer training and education requirements are […]
April 15, 2020

A Primer on Emergency Occupational Licensing Reforms for Combating COVID-19 Appendix: Details on Enacted Licensing Reforms

*Last Updated 04/27/2020 **This will be updated as new reforms are put into place during this pandemic A Primer on Emergency Occupational Licensing Reforms for Combating […]
March 26, 2020

A Primer on Emergency Occupational Licensing Reforms for Combating COVID-19

*Last Updated 04/27/2020 **This will be updated as new reforms are put into place during this pandemic                    […]
September 12, 2019

Barriers to Work in the Mountain State

A Closer Look at Occupational Licensing in West Virginia   Though scrutiny of occupational licensing has increased nationwide over the last few years, it remains woefully […]
February 27, 2019

A Mountain of Regulation?: Assessing Barriers to Work in West Virginia

Study of West Virginia’s Occupational Licensing Laws Shines Light on Burdensome Fees, Barriers to Opportunity & Competitive Disadvantages Charleston, WV – In partnership with the Knee […]
February 12, 2019

Deserting Workers? Barriers to Work in New Mexico

By Edward Timmons, PhD Conor Norris, MA — February, 2019 Click Here to Open the PDF in a New Tab WHY DOES OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING MATTER IN […]
April 10, 2018

Too Much License? A Closer Look at Occupational Licensing and Economic Mobility

Dr. Edward Timmons, Director of CSOR and John “JJ” Hazenstab, Graduate Assistant for CSOR recently published a new paper (co-authored with Brian Meehan of Berry College […]
November 20, 2017

Barriers to Mobility: Understanding the Relationship between Growth in Occupational Licensing and Economic Mobility

Dr. Edward Timmons, Director of CSOR recently published a new paper (co-authored with Brian Meehan of Berry College and Andrew Meehan of Central Michigan) and it […]